The region of Corinth is the first step on a tour when you come to Athens. It is especially interesting for lovers of archaeology. The Corinth Canal, 50 miles west of Athens, is impressive. Only 82 ft wide for a length of 307 miles, it transformed the Peloponnese, at the time of its completion in 1893, into a huge island, the first in Greece....
The ancient city still retains the seven Doric columns of the temple of Apollo.
Corinth was once home to the famous temple of Aphrodite.
Corinth was one of the most important cities in ancient Greece.
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